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  • Seven Samurai
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  • What's Up, Doc?

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  • Jackass 4.5


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  • RRR


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  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return

    "Is it future... Or is it past?"

    David Lynch's 18 Hours magnum opus that blends cinema, television and artistic expression fluidly and perfectly. I feel Twin Peaks The Return is the center point of an artistic venn diagram concerning the circles of cinema, television, art, and storytelling. The air-tight structure, production approach (Lynch and Frost wrote this as one whole script and value, only to be split into 18 parts due to the unfeesable release length if released in one…

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Since a young child, film has been one of the most important facets, forms of escapism and inspirations and routes of creativity for my now adult life. One important franchise that played a big part into this was the Star Wars franchise. Seeing the original trilogy (New Hope, Empire, Return) as a child on those 3 VHS tapes was magnificent and for me joined the likes of Steven Spielberg's E.T. The Extraterrestrial and John Lasseter's Toy Story in films that…

Recent reviews

  • Jackass 4.5

    Jackass 4.5


    Dudes rock.

  • Senior Year

    Senior Year

    You know, Netflix? It’s putting shit like this on your platform that’s causing you to lose money.  It’s not people sharing passwords.  It’s not canceling all of your brilliant and creatively ambitious projects. It’s putting shlock like this while greenlighting shlock like more seasons of Big Mouth, painfully unfunny or insightful Stand up, and 36 hour long seasons of Stranger Things. If you really wanna succeed stop doing that and keep up putting Indian cinema on your platform. Because this…

Popular reviews

  • RRR



    Historical fiction transcending to historical fantasy. Pure maximalist cinematic technique and power.
    A powerful revolution against fascism and colonialism. And the diverging paths that have the same routes which intersect and all that comes with.
    Brotherhood found in this journey and what we do in unity to reach our goals. 

    It’s what cinema is all about. And RRR is one of the movies putting cinema on is back and carrying it. Big budget perfection. 
    Indian cinema setting a bar that seems unreachable.

  • Dune



    The respect and love Villenuve and the staff have for the original book of Frank Herbert’s Dune is palpable here.

    Really bringing the Atreides, Harkonnens and other around Arrakis and the surrounding world to cinema in a way that I can only compare to a level of craft and detail to Peter Jackson and his team on The Lord of the Rings.

    From the intricate lexicon of its characters and their language, the politics of the world, touching on many…